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    According to the custom of Aragon, good service, bad guerdon.

    Source: Spanish
    After a thrifty father, a prodigal son.

    Source: Spanish
    After breaking my head you bring plaister.

    Source: Spanish
    After one vice a greater follows.

    Source: Spanish
    After stuffing pears within, drink old wine until they swim.

    Source: Spanish
    After the house is finished, he deserts it.

    Source: Spanish
    After the vintage, baskets.

    Source: Spanish
    Alas! father, another daughter is born to you.

    Source: Spanish
    All do not beg for one saint.

    Source: Spanish
    All in the way of joke the wolf goes to the ass.

    Source: Spanish
    All is fair in love and war.

    Source: Spanish
    All is not lost that is in danger.

    Source: Spanish
    All things of this world are nothing, unless they have reference to the next.

    Source: Spanish
    All's fish that comes to the net.

    Source: Spanish
    All's for the best in the best of all possible worlds.

    Source: Spanish
    All's lost that's put in a riven dish.

    Source: Spanish
    All's not lost that's in danger.

    Source: Spanish
    Always taking out and never putting in, soon reaches the bottom.

    Source: Spanish
    An ass let him be who brays at an ass.

    Source: Spanish
    An ass with her colt goes not straight to the mill.

    Source: Spanish
    An inch in a sword, or a palm in a lance, is a great advantage.

    Source: Spanish
    An oak is not felled at one blow.

    Source: Spanish
    An oak is not felled at one stroke.

    Source: Spanish
    An open door tempts a saint.

    Source: Spanish
    An ounce of mother is worth a pound of priests.

    Source: Spanish
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